This Week's DCMG Digest

Here's a round up of all the new articles this week on The DreamCage and AlbieMedia websites...

On The DreamCage -

"could they shine new light on a character that seems to be pretty straight forward?"

Daniel White watched the short film "I Am Pilate"

"De Palma is still a masterful storyteller"

Steve Taylor-Bryant read Are Snakes Necessary, the latest Hard Case Crime novel from Brian De Palma and Susan Lehman...

With Season 3 currently showing on Sky Atlantic, Marc Nash finally saddled up to watch the first two seasons of Westworld...

"Donnie Darko has been firmly entrenched in my favourite top ten films since it first hit cinema screens in 2001. I re-watch it every year or two, and it never fails to engage."

Ren Zelen looks back at some of the films that made her fall in love with cinema in the first place with The Films That Made Me...

"Dystopian neo-steampunk? Count me in!"

With the short film due to have been shown at Tribeca Film Festival, now postponed, Susan Omand watched Eamonn Murphy’s A Better You...

On 26th December 2019, 627 pieces of Classic Doctor Who content were made available to Britbox subscribers. Every Sunday in 2020, our Doctor Who expert, Tony Cross, looks back at some of the classic stories.

Here are Tony's thoughts on...

Terror Of The Autons (4 Episodes)
The Mind Of Evil (6 Episodes)
The Claws Of Axos (4 Episodes)

Meanwhile on AlbieMedia -

As well as our SotD songs that we think you should listen to, there are also full albums that fit the bill; bands you may not know, music you avoid without trying it or albums that maybe just passed you by. Jon Britton thinks you need to hear The Greatest Need by Driftless...

"Ok I’ll admit, it’s crap and I have no idea why I like it. None whatsoever but it gets my toe tapping"

This week's #SotD80 choice from Jimmy Hunter is David Essex and Silver Dream Machine...

"If you’re anything like me, you’ll remember World Party for the songs Ship of Fools in 1987 and Is It Like Today in 1993 and not much else."

Thirty years after its release, Susan Omand listened to the World Party album Goodbye Jumbo...

"It's anti-Trump, it's escapism, it's despair and yet hopeful, it's everything to everyone and yet unique to the individual listener, but most importantly it is full of highlights"

Steve Taylor-Bryant shares his thoughts on Pearl Jam and their new album Gigaton...

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